breadwinners, there's different ways to be a man. as you see families adjust to the new economic reality, they allow men to be manly without being the providers, what choice to they have, a lot of of women are the breadwinners these days. >> as you point out, women are graduating college in lamarer numbers, dropping out of high school in fewer numbers, all amazing and great. shouldn't we also be concerned about the fall of man and men falling behind us? >> this is not like a feminist sort of argument. i think a lot of what's happening is troublesome or at least it is confusing, say at least that. it is not as if we're going to get used to it, only been a few years. it is a great transition, counter to every way we lived through history. the book gets you used to it, tells you how to get to the other side basically. >> one area specifically where i don't see much in the way of demise of men and male power, major elected office. look at governorships, 10% women, congress, 17%.